'Free Speech' wall at UT

'Young Americans for Liberty' set up testament

9/25/2013
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University of Toledo student Meshaal Alibrahin signs a "free speech wall" set up by the student group 'Young Americans for Liberty' September 24, 2013 on Centennial Mall on UT's campus. The group set up the wall to promote the first amendment right to free speech, chapter president Ron Johns said. "I don't agree with fifty percent of the things on the wall, but it's a constitutional right," Johns said.

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University of Toledo student Meshaal Alibrahin signs a
University of Toledo student Meshaal Alibrahin signs a "free speech wall" set up by the student group 'Young Americans for Liberty' September 24, 2013 on Centennial Mall on UT's campus. The group set up the wall to promote the first amendment right to free speech, chapter president Ron Johns said. "I don't agree with fifty percent of the things on the wall, but it's a constitutional right," Johns said.